THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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20 Years Experience
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FLOODS MENACE WESTERN OREGON
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SAT IK I) AY JAM AKY 12TII
"Renegrades Of The Rio Grande"
Rod Cameron Fuzzy Knight
"The Jade Mask"
Sidnev Toler Mantan Moreland
Sl'NDAY JANUARY 1 nil
"People Are Funny"
Jack Haley Helen Walker Rudy Vallee and
MONDAY-Tl'ESDAY, JAM ARY 1 ITH-l.Vni
"Yolanda And The Thief"
Fred Aslaire Lucille Brenen
W E I)N ESI) A Y J AM' A RY KJTIl
"The Gay Senorita"
Jinx Falkenburg J. M. Hannon
THURSDAY JANTARY 17TH
"The Daltons Ride Again
Alan Curtis Kent Taylor
FLOODS SWEEPING WESTERN OREGON loft thousands of evacuees in their
wake. Here a group ol residents of Eugene, Ore., are debating the possi
bility of wading across the inundated Ferry Street Bridge on the Coburg
Road. The Willamette Eiver forced hundreds from their homes and dis
rupted, city and suburban communications, (international Soundphoto)
500,000 Car Monthly Output
By June Considered Likely
Although the automotive indus
try produced only 75,000 passenger
automobiles and 315,000 civilian
trucks during 1945 the industry
can hp manufacturing an average
of 500.000 cars and 100.000 trucks
monthly by June if present pro
duction deterrents are overcome
This is a rate double that achieved
On the basis of Civilian Produc
tion Administration estimates the
industry, which turned out $28,
970,000,000 in war goods from the
beginning of hostilities until soon
after V-J Day, in 1946 should cm-
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ploy 570.000 workers in automo
tive manufacturing and by June
attain a monthly output of $570,-
000.000 in automotive products.
Due to peut-up war demands
huge savings backlogs and the poor
mechanical condition of millions
of cars now in use, there is an
immediate market lor approxi
mately rn.000.000 new automobiles.
Operating at full capacity, the in
dustry can only produce between
3.000.000 and 4.000.000 units in
1940. Many potential customers.
therefore, will be unable to get
new vehicles this year.
According to Joseph W. Frazcr,
president ol the Kaiser - Frazer
Corp., and Graham-Paige Motors
Corp., the automotive industry
barring major industrial disputes
and materials shortages, will man
ufacture and sell 30,000,000 cars
during the first five years of unre
stricted production and by 1951
A : ,
i iny -unci icau wno wants a new
car, in addition to many foreign
ers, will be able to buy one. He
lixed the capacity of the industry
at (1.500.000 vehicles a year with
4.500.000 new units to be manu'
factored in 194(j.
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General Hap Arnold's small grand
daughter has spent her childhood in
a sequestered army post outside
Washington, in a wooded section of
Virginia. Attending school for the
first time, her parents were sur
prised when she came home crying.
Her mother met her at the door and
asked what was tne matter.
The little six-year-old replied,
"The teacher showed me a seat and
told me to wait there for the pres
ent." "Well," said mama, "didn't you
"Yes," replied the child, with a
fresh outburst of tears, "but I
didn't get the present."
Bootblack Shine your shoes, mis
ter? Passerby No.
Bootblack Shine 'em so you can
see your face in 'em.
Bootblack Don't blame you.
Hubby Is this Harbor 8212? Lis
ten, dear, will it be all right if I
bring a couple of friends home with
me for dinner?
Wifey Why, of course. I'm glad
to have them.
Hubby Oh, pardon me, lady, I
must have the wrong number.
Harry If a chicken lays an egg
on a fence between your property
and mine, whose egg would it be?
Jerry I don't know. Whose?
Biarry The chicken's!
Jane My husband and I were
married and lived happily for two
Joan Then what happened?
Jans He came homel
99 or Bust!
Dub When I go around this
course in less than a hundred I'll
give you five bucks.
Caddie Thanks. It'll come In
handy in my old age.
Sergeant (looking into rifle)
Private (standing Inspection)
Worse than that. It's a terrible
Blondie It's tough baking a but
terscotch pie now that butter is so
hard to get.
Dummie Yeah and it's even hard
er to get the scotch!
Let's Have It '
Jim Why do you call your girl
Tim Because she's always pass
ing all the dirt.
Harry And Bill woke up and
found himself a success.
Jerry My guess is he wasn't ever
Mother Now, Tommy, be a good
boy and gay "Ah-h-h" lor the doctor
so he can get his hand out of your
One Wonder Wonders
Kate Bill told me I was
eighth wonder of the world.
Kitty And what did you say to
Kate I told him not to let me
catch htm with any ol the (even
Sailor I liked dancing with your
glrL I didn't hear a squawk out of
her an th time.
Soldier Yeah, she's pretty well
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A perturbed congressman de
mands to know what protection the
public has against irresponsible
radio commentators. A twist of
the left-hand button does' it on
The picture show on the life of
George Gershwin has made many
people turn to the books on music.
If you like to read more about his
life you'll find David Ewen's "Story
of George Gershwin" and chapters
in "Story Lives of .American Com
posers," "Famous American Com
posers," "Modern Composers for
Boys and Girls" and "Our Contem
The following is a partial list of
the books on music as found in
your county library s collection
which you might find of special
"What is Music," by Erskine;
"How to Teach Children to Know
Music," Barbour; "Evenings with
Music," Skolosky; "Victor Book of
Symphony," by O'Connell; "You're
Only Human Once," Moore; "Vic
tor Herbert," Purdy; "Devil's Dit
ties" (Mountain music), Thomas.
"Negro Folk Songs," Lomax;
"Standard Concert Guide," by Lip
ton; "Victor Book of Musical Fun,"
by Cott; "Fiddler's Folly," Schauf
fler; "Music on My Boat," by Taub
man; "Home Book of Music Appre
ciation," by Kaufman.
"Frederic Chopin," by Mau
tois; "Unfinished Symphony,"
Goss; "Little Book of Symphony,"
Carnes; "Work and Sing," by Sieg
meister; "Songs of Freedom," Dav
idson; "Come Soon, Tomorrow,"
Swarthout; "Your Career in
Music," Johnson; "Birth of a Na
tion's Song," Bakeless; "Fun with
Music," Nelson, and "Tune Up,"
AN ICY STREET!
A SMASHED CAR!
Those four sentences tell a story by thcimclm
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